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Yarmouth Police Recognize the Retirement of Patrol Officer Albert C. Roth III

Filed in NEWS HEADLINES, Police by on February 12, 2018 0 Comments • views: 381

Last Friday, a special ceremony was held at the Yarmouth Police Department’s evening roll call to recognize the retirement of Patrol Officer Albert C. Roth III. Roth, who had served in Mid-Cape law enforcement for over three decades, has served the community in various capacities. These include, but are not limited to:

  • Bike Patrol
  • Motorcycle Unit
  • Crime Scenes

Throughout the years, Roth has served with distinction and honor, collecting several commendations and awards in the process. One of these was in 1991, based on the off-duty rescue of a man who almost drowned in the swimming pool at Kingsbury Apartments. Another was given in 1996, where he responded to a fire on Country Club Drive, ensuring there was no injury or loss of life in the evacuations. Not to mention that he was once given the profound and excellent award of Officer of the Year for his services.

Ever since 2007, though, Roth has served as a member of the Barnstable County Sheriff’s Office as a member of the Bureau of Criminal Investigation. However, the YPD has reinstated Roth for one day, just so he could end his long career as a Yarmouth police officer. He looks forward to making the most of what lies ahead with his family; specifically his wife Julie, his sons Tyler and Landon, and his father Albert C. Roth, Jr., who continues to serve as a crossing guard. Indeed, it is a future that looks to be bright and placid, and an appropriate conclusion to a long and storied career.


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